Issue: 19570701

Monday, July 1, 1957
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The HANOVER INN
The HANOVER INN
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De Soto wagons are bigger, smarter,
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Union Oil Company OF CALIFORNIA
Union Oil Company OF CALIFORNIA
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The Moosilauke Ravine Lodge?
The Moosilauke Ravine Lodge?
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Masthead
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DARTMOUTH July 1957 Alumni Magazine
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In This Issue
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Bonnie Oaks
Bonnie Oaks
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Books
DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
JOURNEY OF AN AMERICAN.
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PENNINGTON HAILE '24
By AlbionRoss '29. New York: The Bobbs-MerrillCompany, Inc. 346 pp. $4.30.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
GUST AVE FLAUBERT'S "MADAME BOVARY":
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GEORGE E. DILLER
A New Translation. By FrancisSteegmuller '27. New York: Random House,1951- $3.95.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
THE ANATOMY LESSON AND OTHER STORIES.
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ROBERT Y. TURNER
. By Evan Connell Jr. '45. NewYork: The Viking Press, Inc. 1957. 214 pp.$3.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
AMERICAN INDIAN AND WHITE RELATIONS TO
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ROBERT A. MCKENNAN '25
1830. By William N. Fenlon'30. Chapel Hill: The University of NorthCarolina Press. 138 pp. $3.00.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
VIRGINIA UNDER CHARLES I AND CROMWELL,
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SEVERN P. C. DUVALL JR.
1625-1660. By Wilcomb E.Washburn '48. Williamsburg: Virginia350th Anniversary Celebration Corporation,1957. 64 pp. $0.50.
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DARTMOUTH AUTHORS
DIDEROT, THE TESTING YEARS,
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JOHN HURD '21
1713.1759. By Arthur M. Wilson. New York:Oxford University Press, 1957. 346 pp.$10.50.
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DCAC "Football News"
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During the coming football season Dartmouth alumni may again receive weekly issues of the Big Green Football News, providing up-to-date information on the team with game statistics and a play-by-play chart of each contest.
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Alumni Articles
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Dr. Frank L. Meleney 'lO with Balbina A. Johnson is the author of "Alimentary Tract Antisepsis with Oral Bacitracin and Neomycin" reprinted from the 1956-57 AntibioticsAnnual.
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Faculty Articles
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Prof. Martin L. Lindahl of the Economics Department is the author of The New England Railroads, a report to the New England Governors' Committee on Public Transportation. It is a comprehensive study of the New England railroad
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Textbook Winner
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The widely known and used IntroductoryEconomic Geography by L. E. Klimm, O. P. Starkey, J. A. Russell, and Van H. English, now in its third edition published by Harcourt Brace, and Co., Inc., New York, 1956, was named one of the
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The Dartmouth
The Dartmouth
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A. B. GILe CO., INC.
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AMERICAN AIRLINES
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THE Greenlbrier's
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Letters to the Editor
The Hopkins Center
The Hopkins Center
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Alumni Letters About—
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HINDE & DAUCH
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Cambridge Beaches
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Ballantines
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Pink Beach
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A. B. GILE CO., INC.
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Hopkins Center and Dartmouth Hall
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CHURCHILL P. LATHROP
Letters to the editor in this issue indicate that the relation of the new Hopkins Center to Dartmouth Row is a question of real concern to some alumni. At the June meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council, Professor Lathrop gave an interesting and enlightening talk on this and other aspects of the Hopkins Center. The talk, as tape recorded, is printed here in full.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
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WESTERN UNION Telegram
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for —
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CHARLES E. WIDMAYER '30, long deserved because of his outstanding service to Dartmouth men everywhere as Editor of the DARTMOUTH ALUMNI MAGAZINE.
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THE BANK OF NEW YORK
THE BANK OF NEW YORK
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The 1957 Commencement
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GEORGE O'CONNELL
COMMENCEMENT DAY 1957 was such a day as crowds the memory o£ the old and the not-so-old grad.
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Center Plans Praised
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JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, JR.
The following letter, dated May 21, was sent to President Dickey by John D. Rockefeller Jr., who last year pledged $1,000,000 toward the cost of constructing a cultural and social center to be named in honor of
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A Wah Hoo Wah for –
A Wah Hoo Wah for –
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ROYAL J. HASKELL '12, Chief of the Plant Industry Branch, U. S. Department of Agriculture Federal Extension Service, given a Superior Service Award citation by Secretary Ezra Taft Benson, for his work in state and national
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'57 Alumni Fund Breaks All Records
'57 Alumni Fund Breaks All Records
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By July 4th it was clear that the 1957 Dartmouth Alumni Fund had shattered all previous records and that the final results would be the best ever achieved in the 43-year Fund history.
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Young and Rubicam Gives over $100,000
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DARTMOUTH received over $1OO,OOO during the college year 1956-57 from the Young and Rubicam Foundation and from employees of Young and Rubicam, Inc., New York advertising agency.
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The Honorary Degree Citations
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ALFRED MAXIMILIAN GRUENTHER General, United States Army, Retired President, The American National Red Cross DOCTOR OF LAWS
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Franklin Smallwood '51 Aide to President Dickey
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FRANKLIN SMALLWOOD '51 has been named Executive Assistant to President Dickey, succeeding Thomas E. O'Connell '50, who has resigned his Dartmouth position to accept appointment by Governor Harriman as administrative deputy
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The Seniors' Valedictory
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LLOYD L. WEINREB '57
It is a well-established custom that one Sunday in June, Dartmouth College sits back to reflect on its latest brood of collegiate four-year-olds - grand, old seniors who have earned the right to wear caps and gowns. Because it
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Not Good Bye
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Mark Twain, when apprised that stories were being circulated that he was dead, couldn't have been more surprised than President Dickey when told he was retiring.
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Valedictory to 1957
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PRESIDENT JOHN SLOAN DICKEY
GENTLEMEN OF THE GRADUATING CLASS: This formal word of valedictory or "fare-well" has become traditional for the plain reason that good teachers care greatly about what happens to a student.
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The Commencement Address
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DOUGLAS HORTON, D.D. '57
The Return to the Sources Jesus went away again beyond Jordan into the place where John at first baptized; and there he abode. And many resorted unto him, and said, all things that John spake of this man were true. (John 10:40-41).
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Tuck and Thayer Schools Give Degrees to 107 Men
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THE degree of Master of Business Administration was granted to 77 students of the Tuck School on Sunday, June 2. In separate ceremonies on the same day, the Master of Science degree in engi- neering was awarded to thirty
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The Fifty-Year Address
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JAMES M. O'NEILL '07
CLASS PRESIDENT
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Stanley Chosen Head of Alumni Association
Stanley Chosen Head of Alumni Association
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JUSTIN A. STANLEY '33 of Chicago was elected president of the General Alumni Association of Dartmouth College at its annual meeting in Hanover on June 15. Mr. Stanley, a partner in the Chicago law firm of Isham, Lincoln and
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The Reunion Week
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DONALD D. MCCUAIG '54
Reunion Winners 1907, 1917, 1937 1932 and 1952 Receive Awards
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THE DARTMOUTH CONVOCATION
THE DARTMOUTH CONVOCATION
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On Great Issues in the Anglo-Canadian-American Community
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1932 Gift Tops $100,000
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The Class of 1932 marked the 25th anniversary of its graduation by presenting to the College on Friday evening, June 14, a net Memorial Fund of §102,000 — the sixth largest such gift achieved in the 19-year history of the
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THE DARTMOUTH CONVOCATION ON GREAT ISSUES IN THE ANGLO-CANADIAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITY
THE DARTMOUTH CONVOCATION ON GREAT ISSUES IN THE ANGLO-CANADIAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITY
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Guy P. Wallick '21 to Head Alumni Council for 1957-58
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GUY P. WALLICK '21 of San Francisco was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council for 1957-58 at the annual business meeting of the Council in Hanover last month during the reunion week. Mr. Wallick, who is vice
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With Big Green Teams
With Big Green Teams
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LAST month we reported that Dartmouth's spring teams had virtually completed their schedules. These results were posted in late May: Baseball - defeated New Hampshire 3-2 and Vermont 2-1 for an overall record of twelve wins
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With Big Green Teams
Football
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Cliff Jordan ‘45
Less than sixty days from the date you read this report, some seventy husky, tanned young gentlemen will be disporting themselves on Memorial Field in preparation for Dartmouth's 77th year on the gridiron. Monday (Sept. 2) is
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With Big Green Teams
1957 Football Schedule
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Sept. 28 New Hampshire at Hanover
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Awards to Seniors
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Lockuiood Debating Prize: Lloyd L. Weinreb, Lawrence, N. Y.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1887's 70th
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FRANK B. SANBORN '87
IT was my pleasure to attend Commencement exercises June 6 to 10. I had a con- spicuous badge (see cut). I wore it on all occasions. Old and new friends asked "How many are living in your class?" I replied, "I am the only one
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
The 55th Reunion of 1902
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E. BRADLEE WATSON '02
FROM its 46 living graduates, 21, very much alive, plus two, not technically but very loyally classmates, gathered at the White Cupboard Inn of Woodstock, Vt., for the 55th reunion of the Class of 1902. They were: (with wives)
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1907's Golden 50th
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H. RICHARDSON LANE '07
1907's Fiftieth Reunion got off to a good start. Some few were so impatient as to arrive a day ahead of the official schedule, and that suggested the prospect of a gratifying attendance, which proved to be the case. It was
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1917 Holds Its Fortieth
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DONALD BROOKS '17,
SCHEDULED to commence on Monday, June 10, in itself an innovation, our 40th reunion got under way, to all intents and purposes, when 15 1917 couples were counted dining at the Hanover Inn Sunday evening. The real crowd began
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1926's Therapeutic Thirtieth
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HERBERT H. HARWOOD '26
JULY brings reflections in the heat of the summer on those glorious days in Hanover for what Chairman Harry Fisher called our Therapeutic Thirtieth, probably because we were worn out after that extra year of waiting for the
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1927's Thunderous 30th
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CARLETON G. BROER '27
THE Thunderous Thirtieth has come and gone, but it will live long in the minds of the 270 members of the Class of 1927 and their families who were there. We broke all records for attendance at a thirtieth reunion, both for
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1928's "Best of All" 30th
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OSMUN SKINNER '28,
THIS was the best reunion of all. With the blessing of good weather, excellent accommodations in the Gile-Streeter-Lord dormitory block, efficient committee management, and spirits that bubbled high but never over, 1928's
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1932's Big 25th
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ALBERT E. ZINGGELER '32
THE big 25th has come and gone and on Sunday, June 16, 166 classmates, 152 wives and 152 children departed from the Hanover Plain, hot and tired, but happy! The Reunion had been a big success and friendships were renewed, in
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
"47 With Squaw," 10th Reunion
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SANFORD A. GROSS '47
Mr. Homer No Show '47 265 Where Were You Place Be There In '62 U. S. A.
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1951 Fantastic Fifth
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LOYE MILLER '51
THE green light was burning in the little octagonal windows near the top of Baker tower all weekend.
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1952's "Fabulous Fifth"
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ROBERT D. BRACE '52
GENTLEMEN you have a class to be proud of!! The troops can still take it and love it. There may have been a little more poundage around and there were a few skulls that reflected light better than they did in 1952, but, beyond
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1953's Advanced Fifth
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EDWARD F. BOYLE '53
FIFTY-THREE'S fabulous Fifth is now only a memory but what a happy one!!! Over 150 classmates and some 100 guests made this the 2nd largest turn-out (both numerically and percentage-wise), for a Fifth Reunion in Dartmouth
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1907 Reunion Song
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Swept into the spirit of the once-in-a-lifetime 50th reunion, Rocky Hazen '07 created A 1907 Medley on the spot, and its rendition by class chorister Harry McDevitt '07 was a feature of the reunion weekend. Hazen's verses
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear ti this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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Manchester's Gulf Service
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THE VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY
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NATIONAL CITY BANK
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C. C. HILLS
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Chieftain MOTEL
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Preparatory School Directory
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Alumni Register
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THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
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HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
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